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Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Southern-ish Minnesota
Yeah, fixing actually helps ALOT! Smudge used to have the same problem as your bun before he was fixed- He would randomly pee everywhere, so it was hard to give him floor time. But since I got him fixed last year, he hasnt had a single accident and he free roams my bed room 12+ hours a day (well, there was a time where he managed to lock himslef out of his cage, and couldnt get back in to use the litterbox... But thats a different story LOL). The reason they go to the bathroom everywhere is actually hormonal/territorial, so spaying/neutering totally eliminates their need for marking so much.
You cant really tell when they are about to pee... At least, Ive never been able to, and believe me Ive tried! You can just hold her with a towel or a blankie. Thats what I do with my non-litter trained pets.
And still use litter, but put the hay on top of it for them to eat. You can use a hay rack too, but Smudge hates those so I just put it right in his litter box.
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